During the summer of 2016, we went to Scotland to film short films. We talked to musicians, played at sessions and camped in the Highlands. You can watch the result on our youtube-account, where we have published three full short films and previews for the other films.
If you like to purchase our dvd, where all short films from this project are featured, please send us an email at email@example.com .
It’s also possible to invite us for a presentation of this project, in which we combine showing parts of the unpublished short-films, play Scottish music with members of our ensembles (in which we include an interactive part) an tell about our adventures.
Here you can watch the trailer of the project:
We’d like to thank all the wonderful people that have helped us during this project:
Professor and piper Gary West, the band Tannara – with members: Rebecca Skeoch, Joseph Peach, Owen Sinclair and Robbie Greig-, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where head of the traditional department Joshua Dickson has been of great assistance, beautiful singer Mairi McInnes, musician and teacher Jenn Butterworth, singer Claire Hastings, The Museum of musical instruments in Edingburh, where specialist Sarah Deters showed us all kinds of instruments, Carole Allen, who made it possible for us to talk to music teachers at a Kodaly conference, music teacher Lucinda Geoghegan, vice-president of the international Kodaly society James Cuskelly, Cristopher Bell, ethnomusicologist Katherine Campbell, music teachers Joanie Garvin, Amy Ferguson, Amy Bilsborough, Daniel Walsh, and of course our one and only man behind the camera Mick van Herk, from SOEP-media, who did not only all the filming, but also edited the short films. Our team during this journey existed of Marijn Moolenaar, Dagmar Cloosterman and Gwendolynn de Boer, who are responsible for the concepts, scripts, interviews and organization.